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    Smile Tibetan Mastiff Clip

    YouTube - Dogs 101- Tibetan Mastiff
    Really enjoyed this clip I just saw on utube, hope you guys do too.
    Heres another about the Mongolain Banghar a TM sub breed.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pdrgr...eature=related
    Last edited by crazydog; 01-11-2011 at 09:59 PM. Reason: to add another link

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    There's a lady here that shows TM's.... she's ummm.... how to put this nicely... nuttier than a bag of peanuts

    Nice looking dogs though, about to have a look at the Mongolian Banghar link.

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    Creasted,
    I have to say I find alot of nutty poeple at shows, lol................
    Where are you from?

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    Origin and phylogenetic analysis of Tibetan Mastiff based on the mitochondrial DNA sequence.
    gee I better go to bed I have been reserching pedigrees for last 5hrs off & on & had lost track of time, lol..............
    Interesting read linked above.

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    I don't know if it's the fact it's 2am or the fact my brain is just a little bit "derp" today but that article went straight over my head So basically St Bernards and TB's are very close relatives?

    Oh, and I'm in Tassie

    P.S. Watched that second vid, the photo at 2:11 is frightening!
    Last edited by Crested_Love; 01-12-2011 at 01:19 AM.

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    theyre very good looking dogs but ive heard they can be very dominant and territorial

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    Quote Originally Posted by mail95 View Post
    theyre very good looking dogs but ive heard they can be very dominant and territorial
    Sure can as they are a Guardain Breed & without those natural instincts they'd be useless at best & prey themselves at worst.
    There is bloodlines these days that are not as raw(undomesticated) but some still are. I like mine a little on the territorial side so they can do there job as farm guardians.
    If you want to show them or have them in town as pets you really need to socialize from day 1 & be very consistant on what is allowed & what isn't.
    Mine hated showing but I have heard there are TM's who like it but mine just wanted to get back home & make sure nothing terrible had happened in their absence.
    They can be very prey driven when raised without interacting with livestock & small animals but I haven't had that problem with my own yet. Bubba loves anything baby & is known to snooze with baby chicks all over him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crested_Love View Post
    I don't know if it's the fact it's 2am or the fact my brain is just a little bit "derp" today but that article went straight over my head So basically St Bernards and TB's are very close relatives?

    Oh, and I'm in Tassie

    P.S. Watched that second vid, the photo at 2:11 is frightening!
    Yep I think thats it, I am going to reread now too as it was a bit much at midnight for me also, lol..........
    You know China & Asia in general seem to like their dogs looking like they can do you harm in advertising which is a shame & no wonder poeple think TM's are so aggressive.
    I have PM'd you also.

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